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    The geographical location of Dubai is a one part of United Arab Emirates (UAE). Throughout the rest of the 1970s, Dubai began to grow considerably as it gained revenue from oil and trading. Dubai is the second largest emirate with an urban area of 3885 sq km and the city is roughly 35 sq km Next, Dubai had relatively small reserves on the build its future mall portion of Dubai's economy is based on oil. Besides that, oil made up 6 percent gross a domestic products in 2006. The Dubai city is…

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    Question 15 Critically discuss five (5) functions of World Trade Organization (WTO). 1.0 Introduction World Trade Oranization or WTO started from 1948. Before the named of WTO publish, all the trade used GATT in 1986 until 1993. GATT stand for General Agreement Tariffs and Trades. After that, all the members of GATT also sign on agreement of Uruguay in April 1994 at Morocco to publish the new named in the organization is WTO. WTO is The WTO is an organization that was established by an…

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    The Southern Border Saudi Arabia is located in southwestern Asia, and is its linking point between Asia and the Africa. The majority of Saudi Arabia is the desert region 's environment and It has a diversity of terrain and climate. Saudi Arabia is a major axis in the national, regional and global decision-making. Saudi Arabia is characterized by large area compared to countries in the region, it also has a very long border with many countries. Each border of Saudi Arabia represents a challenge…

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    The views on the Middle East based Immigration ranged from an increased population on September 11th living in the U.S. In Middle East is one of the rapid growing Immigrants; Some are legal and illegal. This happened in the 1970’s about 10% illegal Middle East immigration are aliens and in 2010 legal or illegal had grown about 2.5 million of population. In 1970 there was also a crazy increased in the change of religions. Almost 15% some Middle Eastern’s were muslims and the rest were christians.…

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    Gender Inequality is defined by the Trust Women foundation as the “disparity in status, power and prestige between people who identify as women and men”. In more general terms, gender equality occurs when women and men have equal treatment and rights in political, religious, economic, and social matters. This is the aim of the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states the code of conduct for equality in law, politics, religion, and social affairs. Gender Inequality is a…

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    Petroleum Institute (API) “the Middle East along has about 63 percent of the known reserves of oil in the world”. The abundancy of this vital resource made the region on of the most reached region on the planet. In addition, countries like Qatar, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates have one of the largest Natural Gas reserves in the world. Oil and Natural Gas are not the only important natural resources found in the Middle East; for instance, Iran possess the world’s…

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    Some believe that this America’s shale revolution is economically beneficial and an indicator of its journey to energy independence. David Brooks, an Op-Ed columnist for the New York Times argues in his article, “Shale Gas Revolution”, that the U.S. shale gas industry has produced more than half a million new jobs, not only in traditional areas but also in “economically-wounded” locations such as western Pennsylvania and Ohio. He also advocates for America’s decreased reliance on foreign…

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    GUYANA, INDIA, INDONESIA, IRAN, IRAQ, JAMAICA, JAPAN, JORDAN, KOREA (North), KUWAIT, LEBANON, LESOTHO, LIBYA, MALAYSIA, NIGERIA, OMAN, PAKISTAN, PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY, QATAR, RUSSIA, SAINT KITTS & NEVIS, SAINT LUCIA, SAINT VINCENT & GRENADINES, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, SOMALIA, SOUTH SUDAN, SUDAN, SYRIA, TAIWAN, THAILAND, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, UGANDA, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, VIET NAM, YEMEN, and ZIMBABWE. From this list I could identify only a few first world countries…

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    It is hard to read or watch the news without hearing the word ISIS; it is a controversial topic in the current world. The word ISIS also known as the Islamic state has been around mystery, it is Al-Qaeda offshoot that seeks to establish an Islamic state aiming to launch a jihad, which means a holy war where the jihadist sacrificing their life to their hardline beliefs. At first, ISIS initially established in Iraq and Syria (al-Sham) in 2004 by the extremist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi where only few…

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    Penalty: Efficiency versus civil rights Progressively, in the path of social evolution, states and individuals reach unanimity that some practices are intolerable. Ceremonial human sacrifice, slavery, corporeal torture, and the death penalty are some of these practices (Yorke, 2005). Many countries have abolished the practice of death penalty. Nevertheless, it should be noted that internationally unanimity against this act is yet to be reached. For instance, the Republic of China puts to death…

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